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CABLE NEWS

LATEST FROM EUROPE[per redter’s agency.] The Panama Canal. London, Dec. 16. A dispatch from the United States Secretary of State to Mr Lowell, Minister to London, on the subject of the projected Panama Canal, was published to-day. Mr Blaine dwells in forcible language on the growth of American interests in the Pacific, and draws attention to the solicitude which has been shown by England to control the route to India, via the Suez Canal. He asserts the right of the United States against that of European Powers to control the Isthmus of Panama, and points out that such control would offer the absolute neutrality of she I

canal. The dispatch concludes by stating that the claims of America cancelled everything which might be deemed to forbid her fortifying her right to the control of the projected highway between the Atlantic and Pacific.

A U STRAL I A N. [per reuter’s agency.] Shipping. Sydney, To-day. Arrived—Y esterday afternoon, steamship Wakatipu, from Wellington. More Small-pox. Two fresh cases of small-pox in Woolloomooloo have been reported to the Health Board. Fatal Railway Accident. Brisbane, To-day. A trolly in which two laborers were asleep was run into by a train near Dalby arid both irien were killed. Cricket. Melbourne, Saturday. The match between the English team and Eleven of Victoria was resumed to-day. The attendance was large, though the weather was showery during the day, and owing to the rain the wicket was not so lively as yesterday. The Victorians continued their first innings, which closed for 251, Edwards 65. The latter then went in for their first innings, and were all disposed of for 146. Bates was caught for 42, Scotton bowled for 28, and Shaw caught for 25. The Englishmerlj being log behind,- followed their innings, and when stumps were drawn for the day, had put together 41 f° r t* l6 loss of two wickets. Selby was caught for 32.

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CABLE NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 512, 19 December 1881

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CABLE NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 512, 19 December 1881

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